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Podcast Episode 117 – How to Succeed in Podcasting and Technical Marketing with CloudBytes Podcast creator, Brian Knudtson

Brian Knudtson is the host of the CloudBytes Podcast and has also worked as a customer, value-added reseller, vendor, and service provider, including roles in web development, system administration, post-sales deployment, pre-sales architecting, public cloud design, and technical marketing. We discuss the keys to successful podcasting and have an extensive discussion on how we came up in technology and made the jump to finding …

Transcribr – A Simple Transcription File Cleaning Tool

If you’ve ever used Zoom or other recording tools that have native transcription, you will know the pain of getting a file that looks like this: Very cool that they do the transcription for you, but there are some things missing. The primary issue is that it’s difficult to read. Transcribr – A Simple Ruby VTT File Cleaner Necessity is …

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Podcast Episode 116 – How Networking can Cut Costs for Healthcare and Insurance and Why the Industry is Broken, with Steve Watson of Trendbreakers

Steve Watson is a CFO and CHRO, and but not an insurance salesman. He is, however, the founder of Trendbreakers, a connector, and an educator who has used his network to help folks improve their health and insurance benefits while lowering annual premiums. Steve shares how his role as a CFO and CHRO have shaped his career, how mission work …

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Podcast Episode 115 – Human Centered Design and Why UX is Not Just Software, it’s People, featuring Nik Parekh

Nik Parekh is a founder and author of the new book The Future of Extraordinary Design. As Design Strategy Lead for Samsung, Nik bolstered earning potential by $35B by contributing product management to ‘go to market’ 17-person team for 4 separate ventures. We discuss the values and vision of great human-centered design and how empathy is not just a buzzword when it comes …